In a historic first, China’s Chang’e 4 lunar lander played host to some special guests. After landing on the far side of the moon on January 2, 2019, it was a revealed that a special canister filled with plant seeds had also made the journey. Incredibly, the cotton seeds began to sprout once watered shortly after landing.
For the fifth year, Dronestagram celebrates the best drone photography with its International Drone Photography Competition.
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Wedding photographers have the honor (and the challenge) of capturing what will be the most important day of many couple’s lives. For the second year, the best wedding photographers from around the world have been celebrated for their craft thanks to the International Wedding Photographer of the Year Awards. Artistic wedding imagery poured in, with photographers submitting their work to 11 different categories.
From tomorrow, for the first time, the Guardian’s Saturday magazines will be wrapped in a compostable wrapping derived from potato...
Before the digital age of smartphones and selfies, there was nothing more immediate than a Polaroid.
Once called “one of the oddest and most beautiful books of the century,” mathematician Oliver Byrne’s colorful, visual representation of Euclid’s Elements was first published in 1847. By minimizing the text and focusing on its colorful diagrams, Byrne attempted to break down Euclid’s geometry into digestible lessons. The work was a breakthrough in how people thought about education thanks to Byrne’s innovative emphasis on visual learning.
Throughout its time studying Jupiter, NASA’s Juno spacecraft has sent back some incredible images.
Lexar is banking on bigger being better with its newly announced 1TB SDXC memory card.
First discovered in 2007, the pulsating flashes of radio waves known as fast radio bursts (FRBs) last just a few milliseconds and have unknown origins. The mysterious FRBs certainly originate far from the Milky Way, but researchers still have no idea what causes them. Only around 60 of these extragalactic bursts have been detected and only one actually repeated—until now. Canadian researchers recently published two articles in Nature that include the discovery of a second repeating FRB.
There is perhaps no other author as synonymous with English literature as William Shakespeare.
What happens when a librarian has a 110-year-old tree stump in front of her house?